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Re: Communal flowers, trees, plants and fungi thread

Sulcorebutia patriciae

Some say that Sulcorebutia patriciae is one of the local forms of the variable Rebutia canigueralii subs. crispata. Others say that it is a distinct species.It is not a hybrid.

The stereos are crosseye.

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New Growth in the Bog: Darlingtonia

This insectivorous plant gets its head down for the winter (lower, coloured leaves). In late spring, new growth starts. those leaves (pitchers) will colour up in the sun.

Olympus EM-1, (aperture priority), Olympus 4/3 50mm f2 macro 1/60 at f7.1 ISO 250, hand-held.

The stereo is crosseye.

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Re: Communal flowers, trees, plants and fungi thread

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New Growth in the Bog: Darlingtonia

This insectivorous plant gets its head down for the winter (lower, coloured leaves). In late spring, new growth starts. those leaves (pitchers) will colour up in the sun.

Olympus EM-1, (aperture priority), Olympus 4/3 50mm f2 macro 1/60 at f7.1 ISO 250, hand-held.

The stereo is crosseye.

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Nice! I used to have them but lost them a few years ago.

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Re: Communal flowers, trees, plants and fungi thread

Irises

Many of my subjects may be unfamiliar to most viewers. These flowers are common in gardens. These were flowering in late May and early June.

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The stereos are crosseye. The base separation on the second one was not quite right.

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Nice! I used to have them but lost them a few years ago.

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Thanks, Jim.

They probably need splitting every few years, as with Sarracenias.

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At last managed to see the 3D image Harold. Both of the Iris 3D images work for me. I can't consistently see them though, but this is an achievement for me....

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At last managed to see the 3D image Harold. Both of the Iris 3D images work for me. I can't consistently see them though, but this is an achievement for me....

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Thanks. Keep viewing such images and you will get it without effort before long. Try to relax your eyes and let the focus drift outwards.

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Re: Communal flowers, trees, plants and fungi thread

Stern von Hemsbach: Wonderful or Just Weird?

I have been cultivating cacti for nearly 60 years and seeing this was a huge surprise. I had to have one in my collection, which is where this flowered in recent days.

This, which I don't have, is one of its parents:

Hybrid 'Stern von Lorsch':

http://www.kakteen-willi.de/displayi..._display_media

'Stern von Hemsbach'

Hybrid code number VR.06.41.89, it is is a cross between A22 Tauris x Arg 9 (Argentinian Natural Hybrid No. 9).
F1 generation from (Stern von Lorsch x Lobivia densispina var. rebutioides) x (Stern von Lorsch x Lobivia densispina var. rebutioides).

If the abpve is unclear to you, you are not alone. Anyway, it is all about Echinopsis.

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Again, Wow, once you one in 3D, I can scroll and all are 3D.....

Super cactus photos Harold....

At what distance apart do you take the photos?, and what programme do you use to pair them up. I tried it with Publisher, which worked well, but the photos did not sparkle like yours. The 3D effect was only just if you understand my meaning...
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I just cant get the 3D to work. Tried many times must be doing something wrong.
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Super cactus photos Harold....

At what distance apart do you take the photos?, and what programme do you use to pair them up. I tried it with Publisher, which worked well, but the photos did not sparkle like yours. The 3D effect was only just if you understand my meaning...
Welcome to the club. Beware of viewing a single frame after several stereo pairs!

It's more of an angle thing than distance. That makes it work, irrespective of magnification or distance. As I do them every day I just do what looks right. If in doubt, I may shoot 3 or 4 instead of the usual two and pick the best.

The software is free:

http://stereo.jpn.org/eng/stphmkr/

I mostly use Auto Alignment in the Adjust menu.

Rather than process my RAW files* right through to JPEGs, I take them to TIFFs, make the stereos, and then work on them.

* Opened in DxO Optics Pro 9 and saved as Prime** quality, 1024 pixel TIFFs.

** Not available for JPEGs.

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